Film Theory: Intertextuality–Truffaut’s Jules et Jim

While watching Truffaut’s 1961 masterpiece, Jules et Jim, starring Jeanne Moreau, we inevitably think and make allusions and references to other films:

Jacques Demy’s “The Young Girls of Rochefort”

Noel Coward’s “Design for Living”

Peter Bogdanovich’s “At Long Last Love”

Paul Mazursky’s “Willie and Phil”

And other films that center on a romantic triangle, or strong intimate bond between two men.

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